And Other Observations From My Soap Box.
dog, dogs, dog humour, dog facts, dog information, dog fun, dog perspective, canine, k9
Matters of our health & soul with a little fun & GF paleo food thrown in.
Changing Perceptions In Style
You say you want an evolution...
Just another WordPress.com site
The urban lifestyle blog for cruelty free beauty, edgy style and veggie reviews
Journeys Through Place and Time
A scientific perspective on companion animal behaviour and welfare, by veterinary behaviourist Dr Rachel Casey
G’day, you’re at the best wine blog ever! We're all about wine; without the wankery.
Nothing profound and a few of my photos
living the dream with Charlie and Thandi and chirping all the way back to the nest.
A blog full of humorous and poignant observations.
Giving you my own two "sense" (or five...), one blog post at a time.
"Inspiring Christian Authors - Young and Old - To BE Authors!"
Writer of Australian romantic suspense
The joy of happy, healthy, simple living
Motivation to Love Your Life
Mapping aging & living, one word at a time
21st century Policing from a Ninja's point of view
My quest to do or learn something NEW as often as I can!
"I gotta say, it's brilliant stuff."--Dan Piraro, Bizarro
Pull up and listen...I've got a funny one for ya...
Trying to climb out of the fog.
The Cricket Pages
An iphoneography blog written, shot and composed from my iphone
explore ways to win the wars waged within the mind
a Vincy Abraham blog
If life gives you lemons...then make some limoncello
just another plaid-wearin' java-sippin' girl
... we're not alone in the journey of life!
Peace Be Unto Us All...
Debunking pseudo-neuroscience so you don't have to
Mostly Pleasant [Possibly Offensive] Perceptions
Combining drama with beauty
Trying to keep the brain cells alive.
I guess I'll go ahead and count the ways.
creating family friendly spaces
finding new homes for old goodies
Stories and Photographs of my travels, Tales of friends, family, animals and my life
Stories from Garrulous Gwendoline - a baby boomer surviving retirement
the art of being a wordsmith and more
By Linda P. Case
“This saying is hard; who can accept it?”